2012 November 28 : Libyan Embassy – London
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Archive for November 28th, 2012

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Wednesday 28th November 2012  The British Government will not seek to recoup the £200 million (400 million dinar) cost of last year’s intervention in Libya. Over the course of Operation Ellamy – the codename for the UK operation –  Britain deployed over 25 fighter aircraft, some four Apache helicopters, three frigates, a destroyer, two submarines, numerous surveillance aircraft and other support equipment.  [ Read More ]

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Wednesday 28th November 2012  The Ministry of Housing and Utilities is due to submit its proposed budget for 2013 to the Ministry of Finance by the end of this month, as officials continue to grapple with an acute housing shortage in Libya. During a meeting held on 22 November, between Deputy Prime Minister Awad Barassi and Minster of Housing and  [ Read More ]

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November 2012  The Integrity Commission has cleared three of the four nominee government ministers hitherto under investigation for evidence of criminal activity or unacceptable associations with the Qaddafi regime. The cleared ministers are Foreign Affairs Minister Ali Al-Aujali, Social Affairs Minister Kamla Khamis Al-Mazini and Agriculture Minister Ahmed Ayad Ali Al-Urfi. Religious Affairs Minister Abdusalam Mohammed Abusaad remains under investigation.  [ Read More ]

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November 2012  A US diplomat hotly tipped to replace Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has admitted releasing incorrect information after September’s attack on the American consulate in Libya. UN Ambassador Susan Rice said there had been no attempt to mislead the public, but Republicans were unconvinced. After meeting Ms Rice on Tuesday, senators said they were troubled. The envoy said  [ Read More ]

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November 2012  Libya’s oil ministry is proposing to separate the OPEC member’s exploration and production activities from refining, shaking up the running of its key industry by creating two separate bodies that would be headquartered in Tripoli and Benghazi. In a move that could be seen as appeasing calls for more authority in the oil-rich east, new Oil Minister Abdelbari  [ Read More ]

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November 2012  Libya is still in the race to save France’s Petit-Couronne refinery from liquidation, trade unions said late on Tuesday, as the embattled workers press the French government to help bidders or requisition the plant. France’s Industry Minister said earlier this month he had received a non-binding letter of interest from Libya’s sovereign wealth fund to buy the refinery of insolvent  [ Read More ]